- Beef cattle
- Honey bees
- Non-indigenous animals e.g. camels, bison, water buffalo
- Feeding and nutrition
- Health and disease
- Livestock movements including transport and export
- NLIS - National Livestock Identification System
- Chemical residue control
- BSE surveillance and stock feed controls
- Animal Welfare
- Emergency management
- LIvestock budgets
Livestock-related research units
- Animal Health and Food Science
- Animal Production - (FutureDairy)
- Beef Genetics and Improvement
- Sheep Genetics and Improvement
- Research Operations
- Diagnostic and Analytical Services
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Emergency and notifiable animal diseases
- Emergency animal diseases
can have serious consequences for trade, production or human health. Contact a vet or call the Emergency Animal Disease Hotline on 1800 675 888 if you see symptoms or deaths in animals that may be due to an emergency animal disease.
- Notifiable animal diseases in NSW
A number of animal diseases, including all emergency animal diseases, are notifiable under NSW legislation. This means there's a legal obligation to notify authorities if you know or suspect that an animal has one of these diseases.
- You may notify a suspected or confirmed non emergency animal disease using the online form or fill in the notifiable animal disease form and fax it to NSW DPI Biosecurity on 02 6361 9976.
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